Being a massive fan of nude nails, I was always going to love the Bourjois Nude & Tattoos collection – the tattoos? Well, when I posted about Ciate cuticle tattoos there was a very clear division between love and loathe. There wasn’t really any middle ground. Personally, I very much like cuticle tattoos – I just think they’re a way of doing something different with your nail look.
So, the shades you see above are Peace & Mauve, a white based lilac shade, Indispens-able, a very milky coffee shade, and Tombee a Pink which reminds me of a milkier version of YSL Opulent Canelle. There are seven So Laque shades on their way in the Bourjois Nude & Tattoos collection – a line up of five of the shades is below but it’s not my best shot (I blame poor lighting but we all know really, it’s me being a bit useless ;-)).
What you also see in the picture is Bourjois Insta Dry Drops (with conditioners) which launches April/May time along with the Nail Polish Remover Hands & Feet and the So Laque Nudes.
If you remember, the Bourjois Magic Nail Polish remover has a stubby little sponge inside meaning you can get to your toes (and fingers) easily.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
Prices are: Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover, £5.99, So Laque Nudes & Tattoos £5.99, Insta Dry £5.99.
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